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  • The aerial distance from London to Delhi is 4,165 miles
  • There are total 57 flights from London to New Delhi in a week
  • Popular airlines from London to New Delhi are Air India, American Airlines, British Airways, Jet Airways, and Virgin Atlantic
  • Shortest time of flights from London to New Delhi 07h 40m
  • The approximate flying time from London to Delhi is 8h 5min
  • There are direct flights to New Delhi from London every day. Airlines offering direct flights are British Airways, Iberia, American Airlines and Virgin Atlantic Airways

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The most frequent London to Delhi flights on this route are British Airways flying 5 times daily, Air Canada 3 times daily and American Airlines 2 times daily. December is the high season and the most popular month to fly. You might find a slight price increase in flights and hotels. May and June are the low seasons and the best time to beat the crowds. Flights and hotels will generally be cheap.

About Delhi


Delhi is not only the sprawling capital city of India, but it is also the heart of India as well. Enriched by culture, heritage, religion, fashion, food and nightlife, this metropolis is a must-see if you are travelling to India for the first time. flights from London to Delhi will land at the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Your exploration begins right here!

At first look, the city seems like a mayhem. Once you scratch the surface and take a city walk, you will be excited to see a tapestry of the old and the new. The cultural and religious diversity can be seen rubbing shoulders with the modern infrastructure. Right from malls and mosques, metro and movie theatres to amusement parks and ancient structures, there is no shortage of attractions for you to explore.

If you wish to explore Delhi and it's neighbouring towns, make sure you fly to India in winter between November and March. Hence, you have to book low-cost flights to Delhi from London 6-8 months in advance to avoid price hikes and last minute hassles.

Best Time to Visit Delhi


Delhi offers a variety of things to see, do and experience. If you wish to soak up the flavours of Delhi, plan your trip according to the seasonal break and book ticket to Delhi much prior to your departure.

From October to March, you can enjoy the crisp and suitable autumn season and the winter season as well. This is the best time to visit Delhi and beyond with temperatures dropping down to 2°C. The wintry afternoons are quite sunny and best for sightseeing. If you happen to be in Delhi during October, witness the brilliance of Diwali festival and welcome winters from November.

In April and June, the summer sun hovers over the Indian continent with temperatures up to 46°C. It’s really hot but you can bag the lowest hotel prices and airfares. Do carry light clothes and plenty of sunscreens.

Best Places to Visit in Delhi


Lotus Temple: Visit this temple for two things - architecture and meditation. Just sit and soak up the silence in awe.

Akshardham: This is a must-see religious attraction. Once you enter, you will be spellbound by the design and its surroundings.

Tughlaqabad Fort: Built in 1321, this is a quiet picnic spot with some age-old ruins. See it on Google and plan a fabulous outdoor activity with your family and friends.

The Old Fort: Delhi is full of forts and this is one of the famous forts with a small lake attached to it. Go boating!

Agrasen Ki Baoli: This was a place to store water during ancient times. Today, this iconic place is situated right in the middle of the city in Connaught Place. Spot artists displaying their skills.

Adventure Island: Go, splash some water at this famous water park. Enjoy family entertainment rides, archery and adventure for all age groups.

Garden of Five Senses: This place is a treat to the eyes and the soul. Walk around, admire the floral displays, and marvel at the 25 sculptures all over the garden.

Paharganj: Visit this place for cheap shopping and for purchasing some amazing merchandise. If you're after leather bags, shoes, ornaments and other souvenirs, this is the place. It's chaotic, crowded and charismatic!

Sarojini Market: Delhi is full of markets and this is one of the best. Known as a girl's market', you will find anything you look for. Get ready to bargain! If you are hungry, step into the mall right beside the market.

Dilli Haat: Get a glimpse of the Indian culture and handicrafts at this expansive market. Shop for unique, ethnic wears and relish some amazing ice creams. Choose the cuisine you wish to have and it’s already there.

Fun N Food: With a huge variety of rides and water slides, this amusement park will capture your senses. Enjoy ultimate family time and come back with sweet memories.

The Indian Habitat Center: Get a piece of everything at this iconic building in Delhi. Enjoy the architecture and savour delicious American breakfast.

Red Fort & Chandni Chowk: Your Delhi tour remains incomplete without visiting the UNESCO World Site – The Red Fort and shopping at Chandni Chowk. Explore the tiny lanes, relish Mughal cuisine and desserts at your own pace.

Worlds of Wonder: Beat the heat at one of the best water parks in Delhi. Enjoy thrilling rides, international water slides, rain dance, food and much more.

Gurugram: A city well-connected by the Delhi Metro. Within an hour, you'll reach this economic and commercial city with huge skyscrapers and ultra-modern malls. Enjoy shopping, eating, and the metro ride.

Airport serving London & Delhi


London: There are five major airports in London: London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN), out of which, London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, a wide choice of shops, food courts, lounges with unlimited Wi-Fi access and relaxation areas.

Delhi: Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL) is the primary airport for Delhi & NCR region, which is situated 9 miles away from the main city. It is the busiest airport in terms of passenger traffic. The airport has two passenger terminals, a Hajj terminal and a cargo terminal.

While travelling with your family, experience and enjoy facilities at its best at the IGAI. The airport provides day-care rooms for infants and toddlers and other facilities including smoking zone, medical facilities, food court, cafes, lounges, Wi-Fi and more.

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